Style Scoop: Channeling Courtney Love, Chloe Gives Attitude, Condé Nast Cuts Interns


All you designers drawing a mood board blank, turn to grunge master Courtney Love. Among revealing her style inspirations (“louche depravity, Weimar Republic, the world coming to an end”) and favorite designers (“Jason Wu, Altuzzara, Valentino and Westwood, as well as Saint Laurent”) to Interview, she offered some advice to current clothiers. “The easiest next street trend to steal will be crust punk, which ought to be interesting through higher-end designers’ eyes.” [Fashionista]

Being a sexagenarian never looked so chic. Chloé is celebrating its 60th anniversary with a new coffee table read, Chloé: Attitudes, highlighting classics from Gaby Aghion's inception of the label to creative director Clare Waight Keller's current reign. The book will be in stores on October 29. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Dreamt of starting at the bottom of the Condé Nast totem poll and working your way up to the ranks of Anna Wintour? Well, an internship won't be your entryway. After being sued by two former interns, the company has decided to end its intern program next year. [WWD]

If you want to work the runway, you've got to follow the rules. Yesterday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation that will deem models under the age of 18 as child performers. The law will go into effect next month, limiting how long and how often young muses can work. [New York Times]

Clutch your credit cards and push forth to Preen! After month's of buildup, the label's Aldo Rise collaboration is finally in stores and online for $160-$230. [Aldo Shoes]

There's a SoCal style bandit on the loose! More than $100,000 worth of Hedi Slimane originals were stolen from Rodeo Drive's Saint Laurent boutique. [L.A. Times]

Sephora isn't the only beauty behemoth setting up shop in Brooklyn—Kiehl's is headed to the borough this December! [Racked]